Datacentre-less cloud for interoperability and no data sovereignty constraints: Cubbit in Science Mesh – An interview with Lorenzo Posani
Cloud computing has been revolutionizing the way small-medium enterprises (SMEs) and companies in general, use IT. SMEs are able to access high-end technology and information at an affordable cost. However, moving your data to the cloud has some associated risks, namely lack of control, privacy and legal risks.
The Science Mesh recently published a demonstration of a procedure to establish trust between users from various sites federated in the Science Mesh. It allows the users to share resources such as file and folder access or access to applications. While the demonstration is quite technical, a graphical user interface is not yet available for the functionality - the operations can be performed through a command line interface, as demonstrated in the demo video available below.
Science Mesh – How to commercialise science to impact European Industry? An interview with Angelo Romasanta
Science Mesh workshop – showcasing a solid foundation ready to expand data daily workflows & improve Sync&Share services
CS3MESH4EOSC – Making data sharing in Europe child’s play: an interview with the coordinator Jakub Moscicki
Effective exploitation of data is key to scientific and economic progress. It is largely determined by the ability of users to share and collaborate on datasets as well as making a useful connection between the datasets and other services such as, for example, computing services for data analysis or digital repositories for data classification and preservation.